By telling the human story chronologically and on both global and regional levels, this atlas provides a clear insight into how human society developed from a collection of nomadic hunter-gatherers and early farmers into highly organized empires and states. Carefully researched maps are included.
With the incredible archaeological discoveries that have reshaped our perspective on the past, this atlas, with its detailed and carefully researched maps, presents the new story of human evolution that these discoveries have revealed. By telling the human story chronologically and on both global and regional levels, the atlas provides a clear insight into how human society developed from a rough collection of nomadic hunter-gatherers and early farmers into highly organized empires and states.
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Dr. Paul G. Bahn is a freelance writer, translator and broadcaster in archaeology. He obtained his doctorate in archaeology at Cambridge University in 1979, specializing in the prehistory of the Pyrenees. He has lectured all over the world, and has published several hundred papers and articles in journals on both sides of the Atlantic. He is also the author of many books on Archaeology and early civilizations.
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